In case you want to plan your visit to the southern part of Kerry, John O’Donoghue territory
Photograph of Office of Public Works (OPW) map on site…
Yesterday I talked to someone who’s starting a post-graduate diploma in Chinese culture,business & language in University College Cork.
I thought that was spot on, just what the country needs: people able to deal with the Chinese.
However I was shocked to find out that there were unfilled places on the course. There are six doing the Diploma course and four doing a Masters. UCC couldn’t fill the places.
Is this an example of poor marketing by UCC?
Are Irish graduates unable to see that a post-graduate qualification in Chinese culture & business is incredibly appropriate to the world we’ll live in?
What’s going on? Maybe all post-graduate courses are struggling to fill places?
On every imaginable scale, this UCC course should be oversubscribed & have a waiting list… IMHO